Medication To Treat Injuries To The Feet?
, I want what is the name of the drug ointment to get rid of palpation? At first, my leg was hit by a thorn of a long time ago, I kept using a needle to remove the thorns, but over time I became a hole in a hole, could it be handled? Sometimes the legs hurt and skit to run. What is the name of the medicine to remove the palpation?
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Are you referring to palpation of the leg as a wound in the leg? For exactly how long has the wound been on your leg?
Basically a small wound that does not experience complications should be able to heal by itself in less than a week (depending on the size of the wound, the greater the longer the healing). If the wound looks bigger, does not heal and does not see signs of improvement after more than 2 weeks, it is necessary to suspect the existence of factors that inhibit wound healing, including:
an infection in the wound
circulatory disorders or innervation to the legs
disorders of the body's immune system
If indeed your wound is getting bigger and does not improve after more than 2 weeks, then you are advised to immediately consult a doctor for further evaluation of the wound. If indeed there are signs of infection in the wound, the doctor can prescribe antibiotics for you to take or antibiotics for you to apply to the wound to overcome the infection, as well as look for other factors that can interfere with your wound healing (for example checking blood sugar to see if whether or not diabetes, physical examination to the foot to see whether there is interference with blood circulation and innervation in your feet). Drinking antibiotics or antibiotic ointments can only be purchased by prescription from a doctor.
Some things you can do right now:
Clean your wounds daily using saline solution and rub gently with gauze (don't use tissues or cotton)
Dry the wound with just aerated, apply antibiotic ointment (if you have received antibiotic ointment from your doctor), then cover the wound with gauze and bandages
Change the dressing bandage daily or change more often if the bandage is wet from blood, pus, or water.
Do not treat wounds using povidone iodine or alcohol because it can interfere with wound healing
Make sure you wash your hands before and after you treat the wound
Avoid excessive pressure and friction on the wound (for example if the wound is on the sole of the foot, avoid standing up and walking a lot first)
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